Star Clippers Star Flyer Cruise Reviews for Singles to the Transatlantic

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Ladder in the Owner's Cabin to be used with the skylight for emergency evacuation.
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Owner's Cabin - the red boxes on the left are a "break glass for key" method to get into the room in case the emergency escape needs to be used.
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Owner's Cabin bathroom sink.
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Owner's Cabin bathroom, with bathtub "shower" that you can only stand in if you're shorter than 4'9", and a 31" (3 foot) drop from the bathtub edge to the floor.
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West bound Atlantic Crossing

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Star Flyer

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PJ Quilter
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Having sailed once before in the Caribbean with Star Flyer we decided on taking it across the Atlantic. The 23 day crossing was a combination of Malaga, Spain to Las Palmas, Gran Canaria (9 days) and Las Palmas to Barbados (14 days). Due to popularity it was over a year from booking to sailing. Cabin 121. 80% of passengers are repeat. We arrived in Malaga 4 days before the cruise, ...
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Sail Date: October 2019


NO COMPARISON

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Star Flyer

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jotohill
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

I had a wonderful crossing on the Flyer in Oct. 2015 and booked early to secure a good cabin this year. Overall, there was no comparison with last year. I am not going to moan about things that are outside anyone's control ( poor winds, virus outbreak, no internet ), but my main complaint ( and that of many others ) was that the on- board entertainment was abysmal! I know, from before, that ...
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Sail Date: October 2016


Crossing the Atlantic the right way!

Review for a Transatlantic Cruise on Star Flyer

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Phils_dad
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

You can cross the Atlantic Several ways; cruise liner, plane or swim if you've got the time and energy. But the best way, in my opinion, is on Star Flyer, a four masted barque built for the job. You will find lots of reviews of the ship on line but in essence the ship specialises in recapturing the days of the clipper ships but a tad more luxurious for the modern day passenger. The return rate is, ...
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Sail Date: October 2014


Transatlantic Sensations on Star Flyer

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johnwillimas
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

I've read a few reviews of voyages with Star Clippers on Cruise Critic and I thought it was time to try to sum up why this quirky cruise line really works. It's not for everybody, that's certain but the question is, "Is it right for you?"My wife and I are repeat travellers with Star Clippers now. We've been on all three ships, once on a coast hopping trip up the Yucatan (sadly no longer one of ...
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Sail Date: April 2011


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